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Vegetarian meals for fussy eaters

All these recipes are either naturally vegetarian or where they contain cheese such as Parmesan, can be replaced with a vegetarian alternative.
  • Cream of Potato Soup.
  • Veggie Noodle Stir Fry.
  • Feta & Spinach Lunchbox Muffins.
  • Vegetable Rice Salad – Lunchbox Idea.
  • Instant Gazpacho Soup.
  • Potato & Chickpea Curry.
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Best Vegan and Vegetarian Protein Sources – Health

Proteins are known as the building blocks of life: In the body, they break down into amino acids that promote cell growth and repair. (They also take longer to digest than carbohydrates, helping you feel fuller for longer and on fewer calories—a plus for anyone trying to lose weight.) You probably know that animal products—meat, eggs and dairy—are good sources of protein; unfortunately, they can also be high in saturated fat and cholesterol. What you may not know is that you don’t need to eat meat or cheese to get enough protein. Here are 14 good vegetarian and vegan sources, and tips on how to add them to your diet today.

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10 Vegetables That Can Substitute for Meat

10 Vegetables That Can Substitute for Meat
  • Tofu, Tempeh, Seitan, and TVP. You may not think of tofu or tempeh as vegetables, but they are plant-based and made from soybeans. …
  • Mushrooms. When you want that meaty taste, that umami, mushrooms are the way to go. …
  • Jackfruit. …
  • Eggplant. …
  • Lentils. …
  • Beans and Legumes. …
  • Cauliflower. …
  • Potatoes.
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Medicinal Importance of Herbs & Spices

Traditionally herbs and spices were used as fragrant, flavor, delicious, aromatic and medicinal plants. Everyone can smell, eat, bath in, and heal with them. One of the most important uses of herbs and spices is cancer fighting.

The US. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) define a spice as an “aromatic vegetable substance whose significant function in food is “seasoning rather than nutrition” and from which “no portion of any volatile oil or other flavoring principle has been removed [1]. But herbs are defined as leafy and green part in non-woody plants of temperate climate zone. When fresh, herbs are more fragrant, but spices are mostly stronger as dried powders. In some cases both herb and spice may come from the same plant. Dill is an example; the seeds from the dill plant are spices, while the stalk of the plant is herb this is because herbs have always been recognized as the green, leafy products. Continue reading “Medicinal Importance of Herbs & Spices”

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Medicinal & Aromatic Plants

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines the alternative medicine as, “Any of various systems of healing or treating disease (as chiropractic, homeopathy, or faith healing) not included in the traditional medical curricula of the United States and Britain.” These streamlined words seem to be created by the nature, God or some other thinking being, through actions and thoughts of a particular healer. On this article, I want to share my opinion about the fact that people call me a healer as well as the methods I use to heal and the results I obtain. Continue reading “Medicinal & Aromatic Plants”